Jay Monahan dismissed the idea ofthe PGA Tour and LIV Golf co-existingAfter PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan's recent interview with news channels.
Lefty preferred not to hold his breath. Monahan talked about everything from the Presidents Cup to managing Tiger Woods amid
Tour's struggles against the fledgling circuit led by Greg Norman and backed by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund. Most importantly,
"It's not in the cards. It wasn't in the cards and it's not in the cards. I think we've been pretty consistent in that regard."
Monahan was then asked a direct question: Why will the PGA Tour survive LIV Golf?It's about context. And every young kid today, every kid that's going to play the game in the future,
ultimately, they're going to want to win the biggest championships, the biggest tournaments, and get in position and on the road throughout their golf journey. to get on the PGA Tour and achieve at the highest level again.
And the game itself will continue to evolve in terms of entertainment, but it won't just be about entertainment.
Will it be about how do I achieve what Tiger Woods or Jordan Spieth or Jon Rahm or Collin Morikawa or Patrick Cantlay or Xander Schauffele have achieved?